Photo by Phaedra Cook A centralized fish counter at the new Whole Foods on Voss means customers can watch their fish being cleaned and filleted.
Whole Foods continues to take over Houston with new stores, but this will be the last opening until 2016. The latest addition is a relocation of the Woodway store (which closed as of April 3) into a shiny new place with more features. It follows several new openings over the past year, including Champions, Post Oak and Hughes Landing in The Woodlands.
Every Whole Foods has a unique character and one of the big aspects of this one is the create-your-own ramen bar. Customers will be able to step up to a kiosk and select the ingredients they prefer. An employee behind the calendar will put together the custom ramen selection. The same goes for the taco bar just down the counter.More »